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were market was de. >> harry reid did not offer a budget. >> and five-year high with the stock market closing on friday. >> the democratic leader offered a budget in the last three years. you need to put a proceed says in place and your party has not been a team player. >> to put a budget forward and the budget chair is going to do that. i have full faith in her. that is the difference between women and men sometimes. >> jamie: let me judge in on the budget. let me ask both of you, angela, we don't have a balanced budget. a lot of talk about spending cuts. what spending cuts not only reasonable to push for and see happen, which are rational given this economy? >> what we have to do is roll back the obama tax increases and we have to look at entitlements and put that on the table. democrats know and republicans know it. we're going to go bankrupt. that is the first thing. cutting spending will balance the budget. we've done it before. >> jamie: can you be more specific on spending cuts there is a are rational and reasonable and we sai may see? >> i think we have to cut waste and not jo
group in washington. no surprise harry reid has quite a different take from the republican mitch mcconnell on an economy that's supposed knob in recovery just shrank for the first time since the recession. listen. >> the moral of the fourth quarter is a repudiation of the republican playbook. growth went down in the fourth quarter because of reduced government spending. and a reticence of the private sector as congress fought over the fiscal cliff. >> was that gdp number a repudiation of the republican playbook? >> maybe a little bit. but let me tell you, christine, i think the clouds are starring to lift in this city. maybe they can be embarrass pd. the period between christmas and new year's was so humiliating, they look sod pathetic that i think this playbook of seeking confrontation has been abandoned. we are not going to have a debt ceiling default crisis. we're not going you have to a government shutdown. yeah, we'll probably have sequester for a few months. but i think these great epic struggles that worried the markets are starting to fade as a strategic policy. >> do you th
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